The initiators were the Senator Andrey Klishas, Duma deputies Vladimir Pligin, Mikhail Emelyanov, Alexei Didenko and Vasily Likhachev. The document provides that on request of the Federal body of Executive power of the COP allows for the possibility of executing such a resolve.
MOSCOW, 4 Dec. The Federation Council will consider a law giving the Constitutional court the right to recognize the impossible enforcement in Russia of decisions of international courts, if they violate the supremacy of the Constitution, at the meeting on 9 December, the issue was included in the draft agenda of the meeting.
The state Duma will consider on Friday a bill in the second and third readings.
The authors of the initiative were Senator Andrey Klishas, Duma deputies Vladimir Pligin (EP), Mikhail Emelyanov (WED), Alexei Didenko (LDPR) and Vasily Likhachev (CPRF).
The bill was developed pursuant to the decree of the RF constitutional court of 14 July 2015 in the case of the applicability of ECHR decisions on the Russian territory.
The document, in particular, provides that on request of the Federal Executive authorities vested with competence to protect the interests of the Russian Federation during the consideration in inter-state body for the protection of the rights and freedoms of complaints filed against Russia on the basis of an international Treaty, the COP allows for the possibility of executing such a resolve.
Previously Klishas said that the act in case its acceptance may be extended to the execution of the decision of the Hague court in the Yukos case, in that case, if the corresponding request to the COP to appeal to the authorized body.
In July 2014 the court of arbitration in the Hague unanimously upheld the claim of former shareholders of Yukos and ordered Russia to pay 50 billion dollars. The Russian Federation appealed against this judgment, however, the former shareholders of the company appealed to the courts of five countries with a demand for arrest of the property.